More than a few artists this year have promised release dates of albums to their fans, including Kid Cudi. His new album, Passion, Pain, & Demon Slayin‘ was expected to drop this evening. However, Cudi broke the news to his fans that it will take a little longer to get the project totally together before the release. I mean, at least he told his fans that it wasn’t going to be released (considering the stunt Frank Ocean pulled a few months ago).
Cudi, actually wrote his fans a sweet note and explained the delay. On top of his explanation and cool vibes, he blessed us all with a track for the extra trouble. When thinking about it, it was kind of like a snack before dinner to curb the hunger pains. My dawg! We get you and appreciate you!
The track that was released tonight is called, “Surfin’” and is also produced by Pharrell! (That’s like getting two snacks before dinner!) In the song, Cudi explains he is, “too busy surfin’ my own waves”. I don’t see the lies. Cudi has always had his own sound and has low-key helped create other artist’s waves. Ever since Man on the Moon, Cudi has always had his own martian swag that no other artist could duplicate. His new album is expected to continue with the same unique tones.
After Cudi tweeted his note on twitter and released the single, there was no outrage in responses from his fans. Everyone seems to be patiently waiting, or rather riding the Cudi wave until Passion, Pain, & Demon Slayin‘ is released. Positive reviews and responses, only hypes the album up even more! If you haven’t already listened to the new tune, you can on iTunes, here!
Thanks for the mellow vibes, Cudi! Your fans are appreciative!
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